Synopsis by Janiss Garza
Australian star Rex "Snowy" Baker stars in this military melodrama. This was the first of a series of four films Baker made for producer Phil Goldstone, and they were offered on a States' Rights basis. Irene Falliday (Gertrude McConnell) is the daughter of the British governor (William Bainbridge) who rules over an Indian province. She finds Yasmini (Lois Scott) wearing the shawl she believes she has lost and asks Tommy Farrell (Phil Burke) to get it back. Farrell is in love with Irene, but Yasmini loves him, and when he finally gets the shawl from her, the circumstances shame her in the eyes of her father Shere Ali, Sirdar of the Afghans (Frank Whitson), and his subjects. In revenge, Shere Ali kidnaps Irene. But Irene has a longtime secret admirer -- Major Bruce Wainright (Baker) -- and he comes to her aid. With the help of his horse -- the "white panther" of the title -- he braves a number of adventures to come to her rescue.
aristocracy, damsel-in-distress, daughter, kidnapping, officer, rescue